Dr Manos Georgiadis is an expert in Sport/Exercise and Performance Psychology for more than twenty years. He has been supporting wellbeing, healthy lifestyles and human performance through individualised programs and interventions.
With the aim to create the best conditions to enhance personal skills and human potential Manos has been supporting companies keen to create ideal working conditions for their employees. He has designed and implemented programs to support quality of life for individuals with special physical and mental needs presenting the applications of his work in European and World Congresses.
He has been the Sport Psychologist of athletes competing for the Greek Olympic Team at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games and more recently he is supporting the mental skills and performance of world-class athletes in UK. Manos’s expertise in consultancy crosses boundaries supporting personal challenges both for teams and individuals where performance matters.
Manos believes that best results come from a balanced and sustainable lifestyle. Prolonging achievements occur through knowledge of own needs. Respecting personal needs is the key of human potential.
Bachelor: Department of Physical Education and Sport Science National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece, 1993
Applied Psychology, City University of Seatle, USA, 2010
Master’s: Sport and Exercise Psychology, University of Exeter, United Kingdom, 1996
Ph.D.: Loughborough University, UK, 2003
1998 – Present: Applied Sport and Exercise Psychologist
2003 – 2010: Lecturer, Greek Police Academy
2012 – Present: Senior Lecturer, University of Suffolk